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If you had ancestors move to Warrick Co., IN you may find them buried in one
of the cemeteries
there, if they were not taken back to KY for burial. I have over 250
pictures from Maple Grove
Cemetery and am adding more frequently. There are also a few pictures from
some of the smaller
cemeteries. Just click on the link below my name or copy and paste it to
your browser. When you
get to the Genealogy Resources page, click on Cemetery Photos link. I tried
to keep the pages
small enough to load in around one minute for 28.8 modems.
I hope you find your ancestors grave in one of these cemeteries. If not
check back often as I am
adding new pages as fast as I have time.
Virginia L. Aldridge
a nice little site for locating where are our ancestors were through the
From: B Nichols [mailto:email@example.com]
Sent: Tuesday, April 06, 2004 8:30 PM
Subject: [GARANDOLPH] RE: county formation maps
Here is some maps that show the county changes from year to year for the
state. It also has census
maps and some other info for the various counties. Its at
It can help a lot of folks trieng to locate what county thier ancestors were
in at what date. Very Handy.
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